Former Auburn bowler in national legal spotlight

CHICAGO – Keenan Saulter, who bowled on Auburn’s bowling team in the 1990s, is the attorney representing a Chicago woman whose home was wrongly raided in 2019 by the Chicago Police Department.

Keenan Saulter is representing Anjanette Young, whose home was raided by Chicago police nearly two years ago based on faulty information from an informant. The incident was captured on bodycam but was not released until this month.

The case has garnered national attention.

Saulter graduated from Auburn in 1993. He earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Illinois State University in 1997. At ISU, he was student body president, president of the Black Student Union and captain of the trial advocacy team.

Saulter then earned his law degree from Howard University of Washington D.C. in 2000, which includes Thurgood Marshall among its long list of outstanding graduates. 

Saulter started out working for Barrick, Switzer, Long, Balsley & Van Evera in Rockford in 2002 before launching his own firm in Chicago in 2003. Today, he is owner and principal of Saulter Law PC in Chicago.


Posted on 12.21.20